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  • Question: Why does everybody take apart their monitors?

    I'm just wondering why everybody takes their lilliputs and xenarcs out of the frame? Is it so that you can bondo the frame to your dash and then put the lcd back in without getting it dirty?

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    Erock

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    Originally posted by Erock View Post
    Is it so that you can bondo the frame to your dash and then put the lcd back in without getting it dirty?
    Exactly.
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    • #3
      touchscreen overlays don't take kindly to solvents, abrasives, and paint
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      • #4
        Okay, makes sense. Is there a tutorial for taking apart a Lilliput. I couldn't find one, I looked through the FAQ?

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        Erock

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Erock View Post
          Okay, makes sense. Is there a tutorial for taking apart a Lilliput. I couldn't find one, I looked through the FAQ?

          Thanks
          Erock
          I think it is in the "Everything you want to know about your lilliput" thread.

          But it is really easy. Just pop off the rubber dots over the screw holes, unscrew (phillips) and it falls apart
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            The little ribbon cable is were people normally fall apart. Causes havoc if its not installed correctly!
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            • #7
              A word of advice. Take snapshot picture along the way. I'm sure it will help you later on.
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